Description:The Aquacera Imperial OBE CeraMetix Filter for 10 inch Standard Housings
The CeraMetix® OBE filter cartridge combines our class leading ceramic micro porous outer shell with our AquaMetix® core block technology. The ceramic shell and our AquaMetix® block core combines mechanical filtration and physical adsorption processes to reduce a wide variety of drinking water contaminants of both aesthetic and health concern.
AquaMetix® is made from the highest quality coconut shell based activated carbon and other superior adsorbentmaterials. Utilizing a unique compression molding manufacturing process, the base materials are melded into a solid block having a very uniform pore structure that ensures filtration consistency and high performance. The dense pore structure and vast surface area of the compressed carbon and specialty adsorbents is designed to improve taste and odor as well as to reduce chlorine, chloramine, volatile organic compounds, MTBE, lead, mercury, asbestos, arsenic and fluoride.
The cleanable ceramic shell is designed to remove suspended solids, pathogenic bacteria and cysts. The CeraMetix® elements have been tested in accordance with NSF protocols for cyst, turbidity, particulates, lead, chloramines and chlorine reduction (Class 1).
>99.9999% - Cholera, Typhoid, Salmonella, E. Coli, Fecal Coliform (ALcontrol Laboratories)
100% - Cryptosporidium Parvum, Giardia Lamblia (ALcontrol Laboratories)
100% - Absolute to 0.5 micron (IBR Laboratories)
>99% ANSI Standard 42—Capacity 1200 gallons* Chlorine
>99% - Will remove chlorine for the life of the filter* Lead
>99% ANSI Standard 53—Capacity 1000 gallons* *As tested by Pace Analytical—Minneapolis, MN Fluoride 80% Reduction*
* As tested by WQA on Chicago municipal water as no NSF Standard for fluoride reduction is available
VOC—Volatile Organic Compounds
Metals—Aluminum, Iron, Mercury, Nickel & Zinc
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Do you have a ceramic filter that removes Naefleria fowleri (brain eating amoeba). I live in Louisiana and this has become present in our municipal water.
All of the ceramic filters we offer will filter naegleria fowleri. You can also use a UV Light.
Naegleria fowleri infects people when water containing the ameba enters the body through the nose. Infection is rare and typically occurs when people go swimming or diving in warm freshwater places, like lakes and rivers. Very rarely, infections have been reported when people submerge their heads, cleanse their noses during religious practices, or irrigate their sinuses (nose) using contaminated tap or faucet water.
Here are a couple links for more info
Tap & Faucet Water
Prevention & Control